Rawcus is a critically acclaimed ensemble of performers with and without disability. This Makeshift Workshop offers insight into the creative process and methodology Rawcus employs in its rehearsal room when creating new work with a diverse team of performers and designers.
Over three days you will break-down ideas of inclusive practice and how this is applied within ensemble and devising processes: what might it look like, how does it interact with design and how can we think about it in a broad and nuanced way?
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Program and Opportunity Access
Arts House is committed to ensuring our programs are open and accessible to all people and all communities. If you require Auslan services or have specific access requirements to participate in this workshop please detail when applying.
Our accessible entrance is at 80 Errol Street (next to the North Melbourne Post Office). There are accessible, gender-neutral toilets on each floor and you can access all levels via a lift. Assistance dogs are very welcome at our venue.
There are two accessible on-street car parking spaces on Queensberry Street (150m to our accessible Errol Street entrance) for holders of a Parking Permit for People with Disabilities. We're sorry that our closest tram (the number 57) is not an accessible tram.
This is for artists who are interested in ensemble devising processes, inclusive practices and access aesthetics with a special call for artists who identify as Deaf and disabled.
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